From 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., people could get all the pancakes, sausage, coffee and orange juice they could handle for just six dollars.
All of the proceeds are used to buy new shoes for less fortunate children in Fayette County through the Blue Grass Kiwanis Club’s Shoe Bank program.
Last year around 300 children received a new pair of shoes.
For many of the children, it’s the first new pair of shoes they’ve ever had in their lives.
"Well, you have to be a pretty tough person not to shed a tear or two because they hug you and kiss you and they’re so happy, it’s just unbelievable," said Blue Grass Kiwanis Club member Paul Bimschleger, who has been involved in the Shoe Bank program for more than 20-years.
Local celebrities and community leaders joined Blue Grass Kiwanis Club members cook and serve the pancakes throughout the day, including ABC 36 News Anchor Tom Kenny.
This is the club’s biggest fund raiser each year.